Olympics: Shapira 2nd in Men's Swimming 200m freestyle

July 29, 2012 13:27


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LONDON - Israel's Nimrod Shapira came in second to Canada's Blake Worsley in Heat 3 of the Olympic men's Swimming 200m freestyle.  Shapria finished with a time of 1:48.60 to Worsley's 1:48.14 at the 2012 London Games on Sunday at the Aquatics Center in London.

The results were:

 Heat 3
 1.  Blake Worsley (Canada)               1 minute 48.14 seconds
 2.  Nimrod Shapira (Israel)              1:48.60              
 3.  Cristian Quintero (Venezuela)        1:48.71              
 4.  Glenn Surgeloose (Belgium)           1:48.77              
 5.  David Brandl (Austria)               1:49.00              
 6.  Ahmed Mathlouthi (Tunisia)           1:49.68              
 7.  Tiago Venancio (Portugal)            1:52.36              
 8.   Mads Glaesner (Denmark)              DNS                 

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